Examples of swaddle in a Sentence
He swaddled the baby in a blanket.
Recent Examples of swaddle from the Web
Some 800 miles away from the coast of mainland India, the island in the Indian Ocean is now swaddled in eerie desolation and overgrown vegetation.
On Saturday night at Coachella, the entertainer wore Y/Project’s sheer camel dress with the thigh-swaddling heeled UGG boots.
Now comfortably swaddled in new tariffs, American steel firms have had a good few weeks.
The smooth ride and quilted leather seats of the QX80 will swaddle a family in understated elegance.
Another is just east of the northeast corner, a 10-acre housing development swaddled in a 40-acre park on the site of a former city golf course.
The masa swaddling the ingredients is soft and flavorful.
The second of my four children was very colicky: swaddling, sucking and swaying helped a lot and got us through that first year of her life.
The girl’s body was swaddled in a blanket, completely dressed and showed no signs of physical abuse.
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Origin and Etymology of swaddle
SWADDLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of swaddle for English Language Learners
: to wrap (someone, especially a baby) tightly with a blanket, pieces of cloth, etc.
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